When connecting a switch to another switch, a crossover cable must be used. This applies for connecting all like devices, including these:
switch to switch
workstation to workstation
workstation to router
switch to hub
hub to hub
router to router
If the device has a port designated with an X and it is connected to a similar device's port without an X designation, then a straight through cable should be used. However, if ports on both sides are designated with an X, a crossover cable should be used to connect them.
HI Guys, i am wondering, i have CCNP Routing and switching, now it has been moved to CCNP enterprise as per cisco migration tool with some specialist certs. In migration tool i saying you should receive those certificates, i have not...
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